Lenovo has launched a new Ultrabook, Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon. Company also claims it to be the world’s lightest ultrabook.
Its aims at notebook users who want something lightweight and durable that can perform well. It feautures a carbon-fiber exterior and is powered by intel’s latest series of processor, “Ivy Bridge” chips.
This is a 14 inch ultrabook which weights only 3 pounds. It will also come equipped with a 720p HD camera, USB 3.0 port, a backlit keyboard, and the option of 3G connectivity. It also offers rapid charge feature. According to company, it can soak up an 80% charge after being plugged in just half an hour.
It has a 14 inch screen with impressive 1,600 x 900-pixel resolution. It also can fold its LCD monitor open almost 180 degrees.